Worldwide High School Football Fan’s can also tune in to live, nationwide radio coverage of the Duncanville vs North Shore Live game on the Online TV Network produced by NFHS Network, UIL D1 6A Football State Championship Final game coverage beginning Friday, December 17, 2021 kickoff at 1:00 p. Calling the game across the NFHS Radio Network is HS Football ON NFHS TV Network play-by-play announcer Dustin Nielsen alongside analyst Natey Adjei.
UIL D1 6A Football State Championship Final Live
North Shore vs Duncanville Live Final
Date: Saturday, December 18, 2021
Live Stream: Watch Now
Time: 03:00 P.M
Location: Various Cities, Texas
Welcome here to watch North Shore vs Duncanville: TV channel, kickoff time. Today’s game is a part of the “2021 UIL Football State Championships – Texas High School D1, 6A 2021 Football Championships Playoff Bracket” tournament. Before this season, the Mustangs hadn’t posted a winning record since 2015, having won 19 ball games between 2016-20. But they come into Saturday’s Final with a 10-2 record, with their two losses each coming in overtime against Stillwater and Del City. North Shore then opened the playoffs with a road win against Choctaw, last season’s 6A runner-up. The Mustangs then pulled off a 20-17 win against Sand Springs in the Final on a late touchdown pass.
The Panthers go for their fourth consecutive Class 6A D1 state championship Final as they face Mustangs North Shore for the title on Saturday. Kickoff from Traz Powell Stadium on the University of Duncanville Texas campus in Mustangs is set for 03:00 P.M.
Should the Panthers get the job done Saturday, they would also set a new state 11-man football record with their 49th consecutive win. Duncanville shares the record with Wagoner with 47:30 straight wins, with Wagoner having won its 47:30th straight game in 2017.
Austin (KXAN)– For the third time in the last four years the Lake Travis football season has ended in the state semifinals to Galena Park North Shore.
The Cavaliers lost 49-21 Saturday at Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex in Round Rock.
North Shore scored on the first play from scrimmage on an 83-yard touchdown pass from freshman quarterback Kaleb Bailey to David Amador.
Lake Travis answered with a Bo Edmundson to Chernet Estes touchdown pass. Bailey then scored on a 62-yard touchdown run to give North Shore a 14-7 lead in the first quarter. The Cavs were able to answer again on a 47-yard touchdown run from Derrick Johnson to tie the game with 9:14 to go in the second quarter.